Issue with the browser circleci/browser-tools@1.1.3

Hey we seem to get an error when using the circleci/browser-tools@1.1.3 orb with our custom docker container, we get error code 127 so we cant see the errror, can you help us as to whats going on


our docker container
windmillcode/gow:0.0.1 #get orb working

our config.yml

version: 2.1
  browser-tools: circleci/browser-tools@1.1.3
      # - image: windmillcode/angular-tornado-capybara:0.0.9
      - image: windmillcode/gow:0.0.1 
      DEBIAN_FRONTEND: noninteractive
      - browser-tools/install-browser-tools
      - checkout

  version: 2.1
      - frontend:  
          filters:  # using regex filters requires the entire branch to match
              only:  # only branches matching the below regex filters will run
                - circleci-dev      

seems the issue is with yum, the orb is not falling back to install unzip and expects unzip to magically appear is there an issue with apt-get install unzip, might as well learn how to setup up yum, can someone give us a script from the base image

if command -v yum > /dev/null 2>&1; then
  yum install -y unzip > /dev/null 2>&1

Hi. CircleCI official orbs typically only support Debian or Ubuntu based Linux images. This is why there’s an issue. You might want to skip the orb and install the browsers yourself. This is assuming you have a hard requirement on the current image you’re using.

. I am curious as to why you would think the issue has to be concerning the OS of the images. Many thanks however, it doesnt take much took look at the dockerhub repo to determine that the docker image is using ubuntu 20.04. What other metadata would you like about the problem, and also is it faster to have the packages we require from orbs already built in on use orbs. Were asking which apporach is faster for CI/CD.

Also how would we go about changing our avatar

I’m also using Ubuntu, and getting an error when trying to install a specific chrome version (via parameter values):

Google Chrome is not currently installed; installing it
curl: (22) The requested URL returned error: 404
     - browser-tools/install-chrome:
           chrome-version: << parameters.chrome_browser_version >>

(Passing in 90.0.4430.210 and 90.0.4430)